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Area man charged after chase

Published Apr. 25 2017

A Holts Summit man has been charged in connection with a vehicle chase early this month in Jefferson City.

JC woman gets probaton for child abuse

Published Apr. 25 2017

A Jefferson City woman has been placed on one year of unsupervised probation for pleading guilty to an amended charge...

JC man makes case for MO ABLE

Published Apr. 25 2017

For young men in their 20s — like Elijah Mayfield, of Jefferson City, and Paul Meyer, of St. Louis —...

LU, State Tech still looking for core cuts

Published Apr. 25 2017

In just 11 days, Missouri lawmakers must pass a budget for the state business year that begins July 1.

Uber operating in JC

Published Apr. 25 2017

Uber began operating in Jefferson City at noon Monday, about a half-hour after Gov. Eric Greitens signed legislation regulating ride-hailing...

Combatting PTSD, stress for vets and community

Published Apr. 25 2017

About 20 percent of soldiers who served in Afghanistan and Iraq suffer from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and veterans...

JCHS students earn dozens of scholarships

Published Apr. 25 2017

Nearly 70 scholarships were awarded Monday during the annual Jefferson City High School (JCHS) Scholarship Lunch.

Death penalty sought in JC double murder

Published Apr. 25 2017

A Jefferson City man charged in a double fatal stabbing in November is now facing the death penalty.

Lorraine Adkins honored with posthumous award

Published Apr. 25 2017

Among those honored with the Lieutenant Governor's Senior Service Award on Monday was Jefferson City's Lorraine Adkins, who died earlier...

Salmonella cases still rising in Mid-Missouri

Published Apr. 25 2017

More salmonella cases continue to be reported in Mid-Missouri, bringing the total to 36 as of Monday.

Thefts from vehicles ends with probation

Published Apr. 25 2017

A Jefferson City man was placed on two years of unsupervised probation for pleading guilty to charges in connection with...

Mid-Mo man gets probation for assault

Published Apr. 25 2017

A man from Auxvasse was placed on five years of supervised probation for pleading guilty to a second-degree assault charge...

Mid-Mo man gets probation for assault

Published Apr. 25 2017

A man from Auxvasse was placed on five years of supervised probation for pleading guilty to a second-degree assault charge...

Death penalty sought in Jefferson City double homicide

Published Apr. 24 2017

A Jefferson City man charged in a double fatal stabbing in November is now facing the death penalty.

Salmonella cases still rising in Mid-Missouri

Published Apr. 24 2017

More salmonella cases continue to be reported in Mid-Missouri, bringing the total to 36 as of Monday.

Local students excel in state SkillsUSA, FBLA, scholar bowl contests

Published Apr. 24 2017

At the state SkillsUSA contest April 6-8, numerous local students medaled, with a few even qualifying for nationals in Louisville,...

Nationally-competitive JCHS students show their mechatronic creations in action after top state finish in SkillsUSA

Published Apr. 24 2017

In a classroom upstairs in Nichols Career Center, machines are coming to life.

Eldon resident shares story of brother's injury during World War II

Published Apr. 24 2017

Faye Belshe realizes all too well the sacrifices of the "Greatest Generation." The Eldon resident clearly recalls "all the boys"...

Right place, right time

Published Apr. 24 2017

The evolution of Dr. Richard Jennett's career mirrors his work to build Jefferson City Medical Group (JCMG).

Post Office to host Passport Fair Saturday

Published Apr. 24 2017

Jefferson City's Main Post Office, 133 W. High St., will offer another "Passport Fair" from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday.

Boy on bike hit by vehicle

Published Apr. 24 2017

An 8-year-old Jefferson City boy was hit by a car while riding his bike after failing to yield to a...

An overdue homecoming for Vietnam vets

Published Apr. 23 2017

Places of historical note change from war to war, era to era — Fallujah, Kabul and Baghdad for younger generations...

Utility lawsuit ties up millions in tax revenue

Published Apr. 23 2017

An ongoing legal dispute with Ameren Missouri has tied up millions of dollars in potential local tax revenue, with much...